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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Police say a 41-year-old Indianapolis man was robbed at gunpoint when he met with a 16-year-old girl he got acquainted with through Facebook.
The man told police met the girl at an apartment complex in Noblesville after she offered to have sex with him, and they went to downtown Indianapolis to a party.
Instead of a party, police say they went to an abandoned house where the girl told him to wait outside. While he was waiting, The Indianapolis Star reports two young men ambushed him and threatened him with a gun before the girl and her friends took his wallet and cellphone, then drove off in his 2013 Lexus and went on a shopping spree with his credit cards.
The suspects later returned his car and told him to leave.
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